Embedded Clinical Research and Innovation Unit Analyst at ucla health

Posted in Management 9 days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Los Angeles, California

Job Description:


The Analyst for the Embedded Clinical Research and Innovation Unit (ECRI) and
will be an on-site and offsite coordinator of a large multi-site project
working with UCLA patients, clinic staff, and physicians to support research
projects in clinical setting. In this role you will support research
implementation and provide project support.

Your duties
will include but will not be limited to: describing research studies to interested
participants and answering questions about the nature and involvement of the
study, obtaining informed consent from study participants or their respective
family members, collect surveys for the study, collect file data from patient
experiences as well as technical workflow of any device and technology
installation that may relate to projects.


  • Bachelor's degree strongly preferred

  • 3 years of prior research experience or experience with patients in a clinical setting

  • Fluent in Spanish-Preferred

  • Experience in working with a patient population in a healthcare setting

  • Technical skills in smart devices and good technology proficiency

  • Ability to demonstrate excellence in customer service and show empathy
    in sensitive situations

  • Demonstrate
    ability to apply techniques of patient-centered counseling and

  • Demonstrate
    interpersonal and communication skills to interact effectively and
    diplomatically with diverse group of physicians and patient population.    

  • Proficiency
    in Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, excellent computer skills

  • Ability to
    work independently without immediate supervision

  • Comfortable around elderly and frail patient

UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.